Academy launches mode with circus movements
Have you ever thought of going into the gym and running into a trapeze? The proposal is of the modality Petit Volant, offered by the Academy Competition. The lesson promises, in addition to toning the muscles, to work the rhythm and the motor coordination. "The class makes small flights on the trapeze, with an adrenaline rush that leaves the class more fun and fun." In a few weeks it is possible to feel a difference in muscle tone, "explains Competition coordinator Rúbia Neiva. The teacher also remembers that the practice is a great option for people who like freedom. "Even the students who are afraid of heights end up giving themselves to the flights, they also learn balancing techniques, as well as reinforcing the strength of the arms and abdomen," says the specialist.
The teacher states that people who are victims of postural problems can bet on Petiti Volant to align the column. "When we are on the trapeze we have to maintain an adequate posture, otherwise it is impossible to keep the movements, which changes daily." also has a series of stretches to prepare the body before and after class. "As the class is well drawn, we separate 15 minutes before and 15 minutes for stretching. The training lasts on average one hour and thirty minutes and varies according to the student's technique.There are those who are more adapted to the trapeze and perform movements but if you feel a little cold in the belly just thinking of staying away from the ground, you can rest easy. According to the teacher, the technique is very safe. "Two teachers supervise the exercises, one at the top of the trapeze, assisting in the exit for the flight, and the other in the safety band, accompanying the movements," he explains. that the caloric loss of the class is not considered high. "Whoever wants to lose a lot of pounds needs to get aerobic exercise since Petit Volant's main goal is the toning of muscles," says Rúbia.
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